Music for National Identity: Being Filipino All of these Filipino music cultures are not only alive and contemporaneous; they are distinct from each other in terms of concept, form, and style.
19 rows · An album of relatively traditional works from the Philippines coming from 6/ Philippine music 1. Philippine Music A poetic expression of the Filipino culture Angelo Caancan 4H Paulo Dones Enrique Hormillo Paolo Inting Sang-Yoon Kim Miguel Montelibano 2. In Folk Songs of the Philippines, Morales performs traditional songs and children’s songs, with a guitar for harmony. This album contains songs in several Filipino languages, including Tagalog, Ilocano, Visayan, and Panpango.
Understanding these music cultures enables us to understand ourselves better. We may divide our music cultures into two groups, the first three types of expressions belong to one group and the last four types to another, with the third type straddling the two groups.
Though possessing unique characteristics, those musical expressions grouped together have many things in common. Extemporaneous creation One shared feature of the first group is the extemporaneous way of creating music — the music is created and performed at the same time.
There is no time gap between conception and realization, as when a Yakan creates-performs music in the kulintang similar to the extemporaneous nature of the poetic joust in Balagtasan.
Thus, the emphasis on the first group is on the creative process while that on the second group is the finished product. Another feature of the first group is the multi-functional character of the music, which accompanies or is indispensable in many activities and events, like putting a baby to sleep, courtship, prayer, debate, protest, merrymaking, and a host of other rituals and celebrations.
In the other group, music has ceased to function in many aspects of everyday life. Also worth mentioning is the collective character of music making in the first group and the individualistic character in the second.
Clearly, our musical traditions, all of them contemporary, can tell us many things about ourselves.
Indeed, beginning the study of Philippine music cultures is the beginning of a fuller and deeper understanding of the Filipino.Filipino music tells the story of the Philippines’ always-international history though its melodies, rhythms and choice of instruments.
While some some Filipino styles, such as Philippine gong music, retain distinct Asian origins, many traditional Philippine styles either originated during Continue reading →.
Music of the Philippines.
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Music of the Philippines Music of the Philippines are performance arts composed in various genre and styles. The music of the Philippines is a mixture of indigenous, other Asian, European, Latin American, and American influences.